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Friday, 28 February 2014
Labour chiefs: It’s OK to have sex with 10-yr-olds.
‘Labour chiefs: It’s OK to have sex with 10-yr-old’s
LABOUR’S Patricia Hewitt last night apologised after The Sun confronted her for backing a paedophile plan for the age of consent to be TEN in certain cases.
The ex-Health Secretary put her name to a document that also wanted to legalise incest. She and Jack Dromey, now a Labour MP, were members of a committee recommending a revolutionary change in child sex laws.
Our investigation showed how she backed the work of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) in the 1970s and 1980s. She said: “I got it wrong on PIE and I apologise for having done so.
There are a lot of Labour party MPS in jail right now for being pedophiles, and there will be plenty more. The Labour party are full of pedophiles, just check out http://labour25.com/ it’s all there. For years the Labour party have been planning to let mllions of Muslims come over to the UK, and they knew full well that the Muslims marry very young children, they know about the Thighing of children, watch the video below, and they know they have intercourse with 9 year old girls, this is the reason why Harmen and co support the molesting of children.
Labour want girls to be able to have sex at 10 years old, in the schools, they are now making 4 year old children have sex lessons, WHY, it’s to brainwash them, so when they have children, they will think nothing of it if their daughters have sex at ten years old. In 15 years from now, the Muslims will be ruling the UK. This has all been very carefully planned from way back to the 1960’s, and what they are now doing, is bringing sex education in to line with the Muslims way of life. There is so much to go in to and so much to explain, but there in not enough time to go in to it all on the blog. This is just the jist of it, but the Labour party go hand in hand with the Muslims, and so do the Conservatives, and so does the Lib/Dems and Ukip, they are ALL in this together, they all piss in the same pot, it makes no difference who you vote for, they are all the best of friends and they all work together.
There is just one party that can get us out of all this mess, it is the party you have all been brainwashed against,because they are scared of them, so they lie about them, and turn people against them, the party they are so scared of is the British National Party. They know the BNP tell the truth and they know the BNP will expose them. They even tried to put Nick Griffin in jail twice, for warning about child grooming, this is over ten years ago, and now the Labour party are trying to take all the credit for exposing the Muslim rape gangs, it was Nick who exposed them 10 years ago, and they tried to silence him.
Explosive new evidence which links Patricia Hewitt to pedophile group’s, calls for age of consent to be lowered to just 10, and that incest should not be a crime.
‘I got it wrong on PIE and I apologise for having done so’: Former Labour cabinet minister Patricia Hewitt has apologised – but only as a series of embarrassing documents emerged
Explosive documents in Patricia Hewitt’s name arguing for the age of sexual consent to be lowered and that incest should be legalised have forced the former Labour minister into a humbling apology.
The former Health Secretary finally said sorry after more official paperwork laid bare the disturbing links between National Council for Civil Liberties and the vile paedophile group that campaigned to allow sex with children.
Miss Hewitt finally apologised when doubt was cast on her claims she had never ‘condoned’ child abusers from the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE).
The Labour minister was the sole name on an NCCL press release issued in March 1976 which says ‘NCCL proposes that the age of consent should be lowered to 14 with special provisions for situations where the partners are close in age’.
The press release came out as NCCL issued a report on sexual law reforms, The Sun said.
In further remarks, Miss Hewitt added: ‘The report argues that the crime of incest should be abolished. In our view, no benefit accrues to anyone by making incest a crime when committed between mutually consenting persons over the age of consent.’
The minutes of a meeting held at the Mother Red Cap pub in north London in January 1976 showed further close links between senior Labour figures and calls to legalise sex with children.
The meeting was attended by 27 people – including Miss Hewitt and her lawyer husband Nicholas Birtles, Jack Dromey and Sir Henry Hodge, the husband of former Labour minister Margaret Hodge until his death in 2009.
The minutes state ‘it was agreed that our evidence should propose that if a partner in a sexual relationship was under 10 she/he is presumed incapable of consent.
‘If the partner is over 10 and under 14 there is a rebuttable presumption that no consent was given. But the defendant should have to prove that the child consented and understood the nature of the act to which consent was given.’
As the documents emerged the former minister said the NCCL was ‘naive and wrong’ in dealings with the Paedophile Information Exchange and conceded: ‘As General Secretary then, I take responsibility for the mistakes we made.
‘I got it wrong on PIE and I apologise for having done so.’
But Jack Dromey has denied the minutes of the 1976 meeting are correct and he insisted he did not give his approval to a call for the age of sexual consent to be reduced to as low as 10.
‘I did not agree with the proposal in February 1976 to lower the age of consent,’ said Mr Dromey, now a home affairs spokesman in Ed Miliband’s Labour frontbench team.
‘I was throughout a resolute opponent of a vile organisation.’
The ex-Cabinet minister had remained silent since the Mail revealed the extraordinary connections between the NCCL and the predatory paedophile group, who wanted the age of consent to be cut to just four.
Earlier this week Labour’s deputy leader Harriet Harman, the NCCL’s former legal officer, belatedly expressed ‘regret’ but refused to apologise over links between the left-wing pressure group and PIE.
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Yes, it was too long in coming, but Patricia Hewitt has at least had the decency to apologise for offering succour to a group of vile paedophiles while in charge of the National Council for Civil Liberties.
Admitting to being ‘naïve’ and ‘wrong’, the ex-Labour Cabinet minister says she takes ‘full responsibility’ for the ‘mistakes we made’.
What a shaming contrast with her friend and NCCL sidekick Harriet Harman, who managed only a grudging expression of ‘regret’.
Like so many on the Left, she holds the arrogant, invincible conviction that she can never ever be wrong – no matter how damning the evidence.
Miss Harman maintained she had nothing to apologise for and dismissed the Mail revelations as a ‘politically-motivated smear campaign’.
In contrast, Miss Hewitt – general secretary when PIE was allowed to ‘affiliate’ with the NCCL – said she took responsibility for the mistakes that had been made.
Miss Hewitt, who claimed she had been away for the past 12 days while the controversy raged, said any suggestion that she had condoned or supported the ‘vile crimes’ of child abusers was completely untrue.
But she acknowledged that she should have done more to protect the integrity of the NCCL from the activities of PIE.
Prime Minister David Cameron believes Ms Hewitt’s apology was ‘the right approach’, Number 10 said as Ms Harman remained under pressure to follow her example.
Tory defence minister Anna Soubry told BBC1’s Question Time that the Labour deputy leader had handled the story ‘very badly’.
Asked if Mr Cameron agreed, a Downing Street spokeswoman said: ‘It’s a matter for Harriet Harman but the PM thinks that what Liberty, Shami Chakrabarti and Patricia Hewitt have done is the right approach.
‘I don’t think the PM is going to give Harriet Harman PR advice and expertise. It’s a matter for her.’
Ms Chakrabarti, the present director of Liberty – the name later adopted by the NCCL – has described the involvement of PIE as ‘a source of continuing disgust and horror’.
Harriet Harman has expressed regret that a civil liberties group she and her husband Jack Dromey MP worked for in the 1970s had links with a pro-paedophile campaigning group.
Police are now investigating PIE as part of the Operation Fernbridge child sex inquiry, launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.
A senior source said there was evidence PIE members were abusing children ‘on an industrial scale’.
Taking responsibility: Miss Hewitt (in 1975) acknowledged that she should have done more to protect the integrity of the NCCL from the activities of PIE
The Home Office is also looking into shocking claims that the Labour government of the 1970s may have helped finance the paedophile group.
Miss Hewitt said: ‘NCCL in the 1970s, along with many others, was naive and wrong to accept PIE’s claim to be a “campaigning and counselling organisation” that “does not promote unlawful acts”.
‘I should have urged the executive committee to take stronger measures to protect NCCL’s integrity from the activities of PIE members and sympathisers and I deeply regret not having done so.’
In particular, she said that PIE leader Tom O’Carroll should never have been allowed to join the NCCL’s gay rights sub-committee.
Miss Hewitt, Miss Harman and her MP husband Jack Dromey all held key roles in the NCCL in the 1970s and 1980s when strong links were forged with PIE.
A Mail investigation discovered that Miss Hewitt described PIE in glowing terms and revealed that the NCCL lobbied parliament for the age of sexual consent to be cut to ten – if the child consented and ‘understood the nature of the act’.
The NCCL also called for incest to be legalised in what one MP dubbed a ‘Lolita’s charter’.
Miss Hewitt – who was at the helm of the NCCL from 1974 to 1983 – said that the proposal by the NCCL to reduce the age of consent had not been hers, although she admitted that it had been the policy of the organisation and the executive committee.
‘I do not support reducing the age of consent or legalising incest,’ she said.
‘As the NCCL archives demonstrate, I consistently distinguished between consenting relationships between homosexual men, on the one hand, and the abuse of children on the other.’
Annual report for 1975: Patricia Hewitt published this document in April 1976, which included a ‘gay rights’ section on page ten defending the Paedophile Information Exchange and its members
Defence: Ms Hewitt had described the Paedophile Action for Liberation group, which changed its name to PIE that year, as ‘a campaigning/counselling group for adults sexually attracted to children’
She defended the roles played by Miss Harman and her husband – who is also a Labour frontbencher – when they were prominent figures in the NCCL.
‘When Jack Dromey, as NCCL chairman in 1976, vigorously opposed PIE at the NCCL AGM, he did so with the full support of the executive committee and myself as general secretary,’ she said.
‘Harriet did not join the NCCL staff until 1978. She was one of two legal officers, neither of whom was a member of the executive committee.’
Miss Hewitt said that she was proud of the achievements of the NCCL during her time as general secretary.
‘NCCL in the 1970s played a leading role in anti-discrimination and equality campaigns. We helped to secure the Sex Discrimination Act, anonymity for rape victims and an end to discriminatory immigration rules against British women with a foreign husband. We also built support for equalising the age of consent for homosexual men – a change eventually made in 1998,’ she said.
‘As General Secretary then, I take responsibility for the mistakes we made’
‘I am proud of the contribution NCCL made to these and other important reforms during my time as general secretary.’
She added: ‘Although the evil of child sexual abuse is now properly recognised, as a society we still have a long way to go in protecting children, tackling the sexualisation of girls and supporting the survivors of sexual abuse.
‘I hope the lessons that are being learnt from the mistakes of the 1970s will contribute to those goals.’
1978 briefing: The NCCL legal officer Harriet Harman wrote this briefing paper on the Protection of Children Bill, which sought to ban child pornography. She argued that it would lead to an ‘increase in censorship’
Argument: The second page contains a paragraph saying that a picture should not be considered indecent if the model was not harmed
Recommendations: Miss Harman’s briefing went on that the NCCL would argue that the Bill to protect children should be amended
Signed: The Labour Deputy Leader’s name is carried at the bottom of the briefing, which argued that a pornographic picture of a naked child should not be considered indecent unless it could be proven that the subject had suffered.
Labour leader Ed Miliband publicly defended Miss Harman on Monday.
Caught up in the scandal: Miss Harman and her MP husband Jack Dromey (pictured) said PIE was banished before she became the NCCL’s legal officer in 1978
He said: ‘Harriet Harman is somebody of huge decency and integrity. I have known her for 20 years. I do not set any store by these allegations.
‘I know she has a long and proud record of being on the right side of all of these issues.’
The apology by Miss Hewitt, who nowadays has a lucrative seat as a non-executive director on the board of BT, earning £160,000 a year for a part-time job, came as more evidence emerged linking her with PIE.
Archive documents revealed letters she exchanged with its chairman Keith Hose in 1975.
Hose wrote to the NCCL general secretary – on PIE notepaper which features a logo of two young children sitting bare-legged on a rock – asking her to consider PIE’s view in its policy on ages of consent.
Miss Hewitt wrote back to the paedophile group saying: ‘Dear Keith, We have found your evidence… most helpful and I think it has certainly been taken into account by the people preparing our evidence.’
A memo from 1978 also emerged in which she said the NCCL would be prepared to offer legal advice to adults who wanted to have sex with 14-year-olds.
The Mail yesterday reported that the NCCL placed a recruitment advert for new members in PIE’s house magazine and told how Miss Hewitt shared a conference platform with O’Carroll in 1977.